Support for Online OCR Tools - Image to Text Converter Full Production Ready App (Angular 15 & Typescript)

Support for Online OCR Tools - Image to Text Converter Full Production Ready App (Angular 15 & Typescript)

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How to deploy this app on hosting server? What are the Requirements.

We have provided the documentation with the application, you can follow this document and deploy the application on hosting server with very simple steps.

Can I deploy an angular site to any web hosting provider?

Yes, you can host angular application any server you want.

Which hosting is good for angular apps?

There are several options available here. The big ones are shared, VPS, or dedicated. Shared is the cheaper option.

How to deploy an Angular App to Firebase Hosting?

1. Build your Angular app for production with ng build
$ ng build --prod

2. Create a Firebase account & project If you haven’t already, open up a Firebase account account, go to the Firebase console and start a new project for your app.

3. Install the Firebase command line tools Install the Firebase CLI with the following command:
$ npm install -g firebase-tools
4. Login using the Firebase CLI & initialize your project Login to your Firebase account with the following command:
$ firebase login

Then initialize the project using this command:

$ firebase init
5. Deploy to Firebase Hosting
$ firebase deploy
6. And done!
$ firebase open

How to Deploy Angular Apps to Shared Host or Bluehost?

We have provided the documentation with the application. After following all the steps of production build section you will get the dist/ folder which containing index.html.

Now you can use any web hosting services to serve index.html in the dist folder.

I will be using Bluehost in this example; however, many other hosting providers will offer a very similar experience.

Go into the Bluehost control panel and access the file manager. Navigate into the File Manager. There you’ll find a dropdown list of directories. In the file manager, you will get public_html folder where all the requests made by the users through your main domain are being served from.

Go into the dist folder in your app’s root directory. Open it up and select all the contents inside the dist folder. Copy all the contents inside the dist folder, upload them into public_html/your_project_name.

Create and Upload the .htaccess File

In order for the routes to work in your Angular app, you need to add a .htaccess file. In the public_html folder, at the same level as the dist file contents, add a new file and name it .htaccess.

Edit the file and insert the following boilerplate information:

<IfModule mod_rewrite.c>

  RewriteEngine On
  RewriteBase /
  RewriteRule ^index\.html$ - [L]
  RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f
  RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d
  RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-l
  RewriteRule . /index.html [L]


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